7 Best Hikes in Sedona For Amazing Red Rock Vistas
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by Becky Timbers
2M ago
Sedona has become a hot spot for outdoor lovers and adventure seekers. The stunning red rock landscape and endless miles of trails make it one of the top destinations in the West for hiking and exploring. I’ve spent a lot of time in Sedona. As a mountain biker, it’s my favorite place to ride but I’ve also hiked many of the trails. I can confidently say that hiking in Sedona will not disappoint! Almost every trail that you choose will reward you with amazing views, unique rock formations, and a little bit of Sedona magic. But if you’re looking for the cream of the crop, here I’ve rounded up the ..read more
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21 Best Things to do in Sedona, Arizona
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by Becky Timbers
2M ago
One of the things I love most about visiting Sedona is that there is no shortage of adventures and activities to be had. You could spend a month here and not check off all the best things to do in Sedona. I’ve been to Sedona more than a dozen times now – it’s my favorite place in the US to mountain bike – and I’m always discovering something new. From beautiful hikes that showcase Sedona’s incredible red rock landscape to challenging (but fun!) mountain biking singletrack and helicopter tours that will give you a birdseye view of the area, there’s something for everyone in Sedona. So if you’re ..read more
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15 Best Things to Do In Page, Arizona (+ Itinerary!)
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by Dave & Jamie
8M ago
Page, Arizona is home to some of the most spectacular scenery and incredible outdoor adventures in the US Southwest. It’s a popular destination for iconic sites like Lake Powell, Horseshoe Bend, and Antelope Canyon. Located in the stunningly beautiful Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, visitors can enjoy hiking, river rafting, boating, kayaking, off-roading, and more in this outdoor adventurers’ paradise. Visiting Page from our home in Salt Lake City is only a half-day drive, so we’ve been able to visit many times over the years – you could spend so much time here, though, and never run out ..read more
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5 Amazing Waterfalls of Havasupai
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by Kristen Bor
1y ago
Havasu Canyon is home to the Havasupai Tribe of Arizona, whose name is translated to “people of the blue-green water.” If you’ve seen photos of the Havasupai waterfalls, it’s easy to understand how they got their name. The creamy aquamarine, spring-fed Havasu Creek gets its exquisite color from heavy limestone deposits in the cliffs that line Havasu Canyon. Most visitors who get a permit to Havasupai can’t wait to see the stunning Havasu Falls, but what they don’t realize is that there are actually several waterfalls in Havasu Canyon, all of which display that incredible teal color. Both ..read more
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20 Best Winter Vacation Destinations for Outdoor Adventure
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by Kristen Bor
1y ago
With off-season prices, thinner crowds, and the change of seasons, winter is one of my favorite times for outdoor adventure in the US. Whether you are a winter lover and want to hit the slopes on a snowy vacation or are looking for warm weather and sunshine, there are plenty of winter destinations where the season and weather will fit the bill. In this blog post, we’ve rounded up the best winter vacations in the US for outdoor adventure. Best Snowy Winter Vacation Destinations Visit Crested Butte, Colorado A few years ago, I had the opportunity to explore Crested Butte, Colorado in the winter ..read more
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Trail Guide: Hiking the Bright Angel Trail in the Grand Canyon
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by Kristen Bor
1y ago
The Grand Canyon is one of the most-visited National Parks in the United States, but only about 1% of visitors actually go below the rim. If you want to experience the Grand Canyon from below, the Bright Angel Trail is one of the best – and most popular – day hikes and a good entry point for first-time visitors to this amazing National Park. In this post, we share everything you need to know about doing a day hike on the Bright Angel Trail so you know how to prepare and what to expect. Bright Angel Trail Basics These stats are for the Bright Angel Trail to Indian Garden. The trail does continu ..read more
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10 Best Things To Do in Bisbee, Arizona
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by Jono Melamed
1y ago
Bisbee, Arizona is a historic mining town that, over the years, has turned into a quirky desert artist haven and it’s a quintessential stop on any road trip through southern Arizona. Nestled into the Mule Mountains, Bisbee has a unique charm that only an old western town can have. The town’s character-filled architecture coupled with the vibrance of its community makes it an especially interesting tourist destination for every kind of traveler. Below we share our favorite things to do in Bisbee, Arizona, a town full of history, art, dive bars, and outdoor adventure. All photos courtesy of Jono ..read more
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How to Plan an Overnight Kayak Trip to Lake Powell’s Labyrinth Canyon
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by Kristen Bor
2y ago
Have you ever wanted to explore one of the most remote and beautiful places on earth? Well, an overnight kayak trip to Lake Powell’s Labyrinth Canyon is the perfect way to do just that! This remote corner of Arizona and Utah is a paddling paradise, with hundreds of miles of winding canyons to explore. In this blog post, I share a step-by-step guide on planning an overnight kayak trip to Lake Powell’s Labyrinth Canyon. From what gear to bring to where to camp, this post will cover everything you need to know for a successful and enjoyable trip. So whether you’re a seasoned paddler or totally ne ..read more
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6 Best Tucson Hiking Trails
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by Jono Melamed
2y ago
Nestled in the heart of the Sonoran Desert and surrounded by four different mountain ranges, Tucson, Arizona offers visitors one of the most iconic landscapes in the country.  From sprawling vistas full of ancient saguaro cacti to seemingly secret deserts oasis’ and high elevation forests, Tucson has a wide variety of options for hikers looking to get outside. I’ve spent plenty of time in Tucson but my absolute favorite time of year to visit is in the winter when the desert cools down but is still much warmer than most of the country.  When it’s cold and snowy elsewhere, Tucson is a ..read more
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6 Best Petrified Forest National Park Hikes
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by Kristen Bor
2y ago
With only 650,000 annual visitors, Petrified Forest National Park often flies under the radar when planning National Park trips. I hadn’t heard much about Petrified Forest when I decided to stop en route to Flagstaff from Albuquerque, but I was impressed to find a totally uncrowded National Park filled with fun hikes, colorful landscapes, detailed petroglyphs, historic Pueblo sites, and loads of 200 million-year-old crystallized logs. What a surprise! Luckily this is a National Park that can easily be explored in one day or less. Only have an hour or two to spare? Just drive through the park a ..read more
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